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Gulf deadzone "only" 6,800 square miles this year

Prior blogs have described both the size, nature, and cause of the Gulf of Mexico dead zone, a subsea region where the water contains too little oxygen to support life. In June of 2011, researchers predicted that the annual dead zone might be the biggest ever (9,500 sq.mls.). Owing to the fortuitous...